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by Jill Dimond last modified 2012-04-19 16:00

Publications and Reports from Georgia Computes! projects.


Reports

  • 2-Page Summary of "Georgia Computes!" for the 2011 CE21 Meeting
  • Our poster (as PDF) for CE21 Meeting
  • 2010 CS Education flyer
  • Trevisan, B., McKlin, T., & Guzdial, M. (2011). Factors Influencing CS Participation: Introductory Computer Science Students Describe What Led Them to Computing. (GaComputes! Technical Report). Atlanta: The Findings Group, LLC. A copy of the USG Student Survey can be downloaded in PDF format.
  • Engelman, S., McKlin, T., & Guzdial, M. (2011). Conditions that encourage participation in computer science (GaComputes! Technical Report). Atlanta: The Findings Group, LLC.
  • Engelman, S., McKlin, T., & Ericson, B, Guzdial, M. (2011). Georgia Computes! Advanced Placement Analysis (2010).(GaComputes! Technical Report). Atlanta: The Findings Group, LLC.
  • Engelman, S., McKlin, T., & Ericson, B., & Guzdial, M. (2011). Georgia Computes! Roll-Up Analysis: Student Workshops August 2009 to August 2010. (GaComputes! Technical Report). Atlanta: The Findings Group, LLC.
  • Trevisan, B., Engelman, S., McKlin, T., Ericson, B.& Guzdial, M. (2011). Operation Reboot’s Teaching Opinion Survey (GaComputes! Technical Report). Atlanta: The Findings Group, LLC.

  • Peer-Reviewed Papers

    • Yardi, S., Bruckman, A. (2011)." Social and Technical Challenges in Parenting Teens' Social Media Use.." In Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'11). Vancouver, Canada. May 7-12, 2011.(PDF)
    • DiSalvo, B., Yardi, S., Guzdial, M., McKlin, T., Meadows, C., Perry, K., Bruckman, A. (2011)." Young African American Men Constructing Computing Identity." In Proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'11). Vancouver, Canada. May 7-12, 2011.(PDF)
    • Bruckman, Amy, Maureen Biggers, Barbara Ericson, Tom McKlin, Jill Dimond, Betsy DiSalvo, Michael Hewner, Lijun Ni, and Sarita Yardi.  "Georgia Computes!": Improving the Computing Education Pipeline. To appear in the Proceedings of SIGCSE '09. Chattanooga, TN. (PDF)
    • Hewner, Michael, and Mark Guzdial. 2008. Attitudes about computing in postsecondary graduates. In Proceeding of the fourth international workshop on Computing education research, 71-78. Sydney, Australia: ACM. (PDF)
    • Hewner, Michael, and Maria Knobelsdorf. 2008. Understanding Computing Stereotypes with Self-Categorization Theory. Proceedings of Koli Calling International Conference on Computer Science Education. In Koli National Park, Finland, November. (PDF)
    • Ni, Lijun. 2009. What Makes CS Teachers Change? Factors Influencing CS Teachers' Adoption of Curriculum Innovations. To appear in the Proceedings of SIGCSE '09.  Chattanooga, TN, March, 2009. (PDF)
    • Yardi, Sarita, Pamela Krolikowski, Taneshia Marshall, and Amy Bruckman. 2008. An HCI Approach to Computing in the Real World. ACM Journal on Educational Resources in Computing 8, no. 3, 9: 1-20. (PDF)

    Other Papers
    • Guzdial, Mark. (2011.) Learning how to prepare computer science high school teachers. IEEE Computer, 44(10), October 2011, p. 95-97. Submitted draft (Word): IEEE-Computer-HS CS Teachers-V7.docx
    • Dimond, J., Yardi, S., and Guzdial, M. (2009). “Mediating Programming through Chat for the OLPC” In Proceedings of the 27th international Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’09). Boston, MA, Apr 4-9, 2009.
    • Dimond, Jill and Mark Guzdial. 2008. More Than Paradoxes to Offer: Exploring Motivations to Attract Women to Computing. Georgia Institute of Technology Technical Report. (PDF)
    • DiSalvo, Betsy and Amy Bruckman. 2008. Exploring Video Game's Relationship to CS Interest. Submitted to Proceedings of the 40th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education. (PDF)
    • Ericson, Barbara and Tom McKlin. 2008. Girl Scouts Compute! Submitted to Proceedings of the 40th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education. (PDF)
    • Ni, Lijun and Tom McKlin. 2008. How CS Teachers Change? The Story from Teachers.  Submitted to Proceedings of the 40th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education. (PDF)
    • Yardi, S., and Bruckman, A. (2009). “Teens as Designers of Social Networks.” In Extended Abstracts of ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems ACM SIGCHI workshop: Socially Mediating Technologies. Boston, MA, Apr, 2009.
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